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Suspension from Congress impulsive, undemocratic: Brar

The Congress' decision to suspend him was "impulsive and undemocratic", former Congress Working Committee (CWC) member Jagmeet Singh Brar said on Tuesday as he charged that the action by the party had been taken in the "clumsiest manner".

Never accused Hooda of bias in growth: Capt Ajay Yadav

Rewari needs a government medical college, an Indian Institute of Management centre and an extension centre of All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Though veteran Ahir leader and union minister Rao Inderjit Singh, who joined the BJP, should strive for this, I want to see it happening.

5 IPS, 34 PPS officers transferred

The Punjab government on Tuesday transferred five IPS (Indian Police Service) officers and 34 PPS (Punjab Police Service) officers. The transferred IPS officers are Patil Ketan Baliram as additional deputy commissioner of police (ADCP)-2, Amritsar; Nimbale Dharmendra Harshadra as ADCP (traffic), Amritsar; Alka Meena, superintendent of police (SP), NRI wing, Mohali; J Elanchezhian, ADCP (crime), Jalandhar; and Harjit Singh, SP, Abohar.

Bishnoi meets Shah, stalemate on BJP-HJC alliance continues

The stalemate over the alliance between the BJP and Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) continued even after HJC leader Kuldeep Bishnoi held a meeting with BJP national president Amit Shah at New Delhi on Tuesday.

Like Cong, BJP should also name CM candidate: Deepender

Reacting to the successful rallies by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Rohtak parliamentarian Deepender Singh Hooda sought to know that why the saffron party that was claiming to form next government in Haryana was not declaring the name of its chief ministerial candidate in the run-up for the assembly polls.

Power minister announces 2,000 MW solar power project in Punjab

Union minister of state for power, coal and new and renewable energy Piyush Goyal on Tuesday announced to set up 2,000 MW solar power plant in Punjab.

Applications invited for bravery awards

The Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW), New Delhi, has invited applications for bravery awards for the year 2014. Children in the age group of 6 to 18 years, who have shown exemplary courage or have some meritorious deed to their credit during the period from July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014, are eligible for nomination.

Governor meet IAS probationers

A group of five IAS probationers of the 2013 batch called on Punjab governor Shivraj V Patil on Tuesday. The group comprised Showkat Ahmad Parray, Syed Sehrish Asgar, Dr Richa, Vishes Sarangal and Harpreet Singh Sudan.
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